Eheh, i made this image following the news of great results for Nintendo in Q4 2011 and i couldnt post it anywhere because foruns aint acepting free image hosts anymore. At least i can post it here and show you all this amazing piece of
crap i made in the holydays using only my left hand because the right one was chewed by a dog and that explains the lack of new posts between mid december and the new year internet art.
Posted by Pezking in 04-20-2008, 05:38 PM
Boos eyes look like boobs:
Posted by radioheadrule83 in Today, 01:04 AM
I only just noticed today that piranha plant pipeway on mk7 features our favourite cloud bushes in 3D form!
Posted by Damon Bennet
Got a pic?
Posted by RagnarokX
Originally Posted by Haunted:
|This changes everything. Did anyone ever actually check if Mario games outside of SMB use the cloud = bush thing?
This could be a hidden tradition/easter egg when everyone assumed that it was just in SMB.
I think it’s more likely that they noticed that we were making a big deal about it and decided to reference it.
Posted by chubigans in 03-26-2008, 04:34 AM
There are actually two different kinds of rupees in the whole Zelda franchise. (full credit goes to Xelados Nafshir of Pixelation):
POsted by Mdk7 in 02-07-2008, 10:49 AM
Don’t remember if it has been posted before in this amazing thread but…
Yoot Saito (the brilliant mind behind Seaman and Odama) is responsible for the speaker built in the Wiimote.
Straight from Miyamoto’s mouth:
“During the development of the controller, we heard from a lot of different people offering a lot of different ideas about what to add. And there were ideas about cameras and microphones and more, and we tried many of them out. But the sound teams in particular were very passionate about having a speaker in the controller that could make noise. You are probably familiar with Yoot Saito, who developed Seaman and recently Odama for the GameCube – he made mention that if it had a speaker you could have it ring like a phone…that sort of thing. And a lot of the development teams were excited about it, too. So after debating its cost and function, we decided to include it.”
Cacildo´s Note: Microphone, camera, speaker. Which one is cheaper? Yeah, the speaker, and that´s the one we have right now.
Posted by DangerStepp in 01-28-2008, 10:22 PM
Now for some early Dreamcast prototypes:
Dreamcast DVD Player?
Concept for original NES Zapper
Prototype art for original NES.
Original NES slim. Canned due to infiltration of dust in vital areas.
Posted by Pezking in 01-28-2008, 04:07 PM
I just posted this in the “Lego”-Thread, but I think it fits even better in this Thread:
“Animal Crossing” is a blatant rip-off of Lego’s “Fabuland”:
Cacildo´s note: Well, its obviously not a “blatant rip-off” but they do share some funny similarities.